September 01, 2015
September/October 2015
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September 9–13

Tenth Annual North American Passive House Conference

September 12–13

Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Fair

September 13–16

NASEO 2015 Annual Meeting

September 14–17

Solar Power International 2015

September 15–18

Comfortech 2015

September 15–18

2015 NASCSP Annual Training Conference

September 18–20

RaterFest! 2015

October 1–2

NAPHN15 Conference & Expo

October 1–3

ICAA Convention and Trade Show

October 6–8

EEBA Excellence in Building Conference & Expo

October 6–8

2015 National Lead and Healthy Housing Mid-Year Conference

October 18–21

Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference

October 20–21

2015 ACI Mid-Atlantic Regional Home Performance Conference

October 28–30

AEA Presents Multifamily Buildings 2015: Building Bridges to Net Zero

November 18–20

Greenbuild International Conference and Expo

December 6–8

ACEEE Intelligent Efficiency Conference


ACI Webcast Training

Building Science

Energy Center of Wisconsin University

Flir Systems Infrared Training

Fluke Corporation

Midwest Renewable Energy Association

Saturn Resource Management, Incorporated

Snell Infrared

UC Davis Extension
Renewable Energy
Energy Resource Management

If you wish to submit your conference, exposition, seminar, or workshop related to residential energy efficiency, please send a notice at least four months in advance to: Home Energy Calendar, 1250 Addison St., Ste. 211B, Berkeley, CA 94702, or e-mail

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